- Author:Howard (Lieutenant-General) Graham
- Publisher:McClelland & Stewart; 1st edition (1987)
- Pages:304 pages
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Lieutenant General Howard Douglas Graham OC, CVO, CBE, DSO, ED, CD (15 July 1898 – 28 September 1986) was a Canadian Army Officer and former Chief of the General Staff. Born in Buffalo, New York, he was raised on a farm in Trenton, Ontario. He was called to the Ontario bar in 1922 and practised law for 17 years in Trenton. During World War I he served with the Canadian Infantry in France, Germany and Belgium.
Howard D. Graham Distinguished soldier also business leader, stock exchange head"
Howard D. Graham Distinguished soldier also business leader, stock exchange head". Citizen and soldier: The memoirs of Lieutenant-General Howard Graham by Howard Graham McClelland and Stewart, 1987, ISBN 978-0-7710-3390-2. Howard Douglas Graham at The Canadian Encyclopedia. Preceded by Guy Granville Simonds. Chief of the General Staff September 2, 1955–1958. Succeeded by Samuel Findlay Clark.
General Note: Includes index. Personal Name: Graham, Howard, 1898-1986. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Corporate Name: Toronto Stock Exchange. by Howard GrahamCitizen and soldier: The memoirs of Lieutenant-General Howard Graham McClelland and Stewart, 1987, ISBN 978-0-7710-3390-2. Commanders of the Canadian Army.
There were some unusual junior officers on the front. One was Lieutenant Ed Gesner of the 4th Infantry Division
There were some unusual junior officers on the front. One was Lieutenant Ed Gesner of the 4th Infantry Division. He knew survival tricks that he taught his platoon, such as how to create a foxhole in frozen ground: he shot eight rounds into the same spot, dug out the loose dirt with his trench knife, placed a half stick of TNT in the hole, lit the fuse, ran, hit the dirt, got up, ran back, and dug with his trench shovel. By nightfall of June 6,1944, it was a name known around the world-the village where the invasion began and now headquarters for the 82nd Airborne Division.
Citizen and soldier: the memoirs of lieutenant-general howard graham. There is no question that Lieutenant-General Howard Graham was a great Canadian. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1987. Commander of the 1st Canadian Infantry Brigade in World War II, chief of the General Staff of the Canadian Army, advisor to tester B. Pearson during the Suez crisis, and president of the Toronto Stock Exchange, Graham served his country bravely and dutifully whenever it called. Nevertheless, good men sometimes write bad books.
Generals from Canada. Graham, Howard Douglas. Deputy Chief of the General Staff, National Defence Headquarters. Commanding Officer 1st Hastings & Prince Edwards Regiment. Senior Canadian Army Liaison Officer to United Kingdom. Vice Chief of the General Staff.
Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Daly was a renowned soldier and one of the most influential figures in Australia's military . Drawing on extensive interview transcripts, the book provides a compelling portrait of Sir Thomas Daly and his distinguished career.
Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Daly was a renowned soldier and one of the most influential figures in Australia's military history. As Chief of the General staff during the Vietnam War, he oversaw a significant reorganisation of the Army as he fought a war under political and resource restrictions. In this unique biography, Jeffrey Grey shows how Daly prepared himself for the challenges of command in a time of great political upheaval. Publisher: Cambridge University Press.